William Combe: Literary commonplace book c. 1804

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William Combe: Literary commonplace book, c. 1804

William Combe: Literary commonplace book c. 1804

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Combe, William, 1742-1823

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William Combe was a British author of comedic and satirical poetry and imaginary letters. Employed as a propagandist by the Pitt Government from 1788-1806. He spent the later years of his life frequently imprisoned for debt. From the guide to the William Combe receipt, November 19, 1801, (Ohio University) British author, known as Dr. Syntax. From the description of Letters to "My Dear Sir" and Mr. B. Cooke, 1762-1820. (Huntington Library, Art Collections & Bo...

Combe, William, 1742-1823

http://n2t.net/ark:/99166/w6dv2tq8 (person)

William Combe was a British author of comedic and satirical poetry and imaginary letters. Employed as a propagandist by the Pitt Government from 1788-1806. He spent the later years of his life frequently imprisoned for debt. From the guide to the William Combe receipt, November 19, 1801, (Ohio University) British author, known as Dr. Syntax. From the description of Letters to "My Dear Sir" and Mr. B. Cooke, 1762-1820. (Huntington Library, Art Collections & Bo...